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Higher Education Funding Moves South
Higher Education Funding Moves South

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AIR DATE: September 5, 2012

The Nevada System of Higher Education is shifting more than 13 million dollars from northern campuses to southern campuses. How will this affect those schools losing state money? Is the division of state funding equal?
 
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Dan Klaich, Chancellor, Nevada System of Higher Education
Assemblyman Pete Goicoechea, R-Eureka

 

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    The average tax payer has no idea how absolutely and totally wasteful our university system is. Indeed, any normal person could cut the budget by 1/3 without cutting classes or increasing class size. And, frankly, any university bureaucrat who says otherwise is either an idiot or a liar.
    Tom HurstSep 5, 2012 13:59:26 PM
    HOW ABOUT HAVING JIM ROGERS DISCUSS THE PROPOSED CHANGES IN FUNDING HIGHER EDUCATION IN NEVADA? DOES ANYBODY REALIZE THAT THE CSN SYSTEM HAS ALREADY BEEN FORCED TO MAKE CHANGES THAT HAVE BEEN DETRIMENTAL TO STUDENTS BECAUSE OF POOR FUNDING? AND WHY HAS THE INEQUITABLE PRESENT FUNDING SITUATION BEEN ALLOWED TO STAY IN PLACE FOR SO LONG?
    JOYCE BRINKSep 5, 2012 09:53:35 AM
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